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“With the online work, I have been able to comfortably support myself and send money to my parents.” Abigael – Beneficiary, She Will Connect
Abigael was desperately searching for employment after school and in the first six months, she had so much hope but as time went by, desperation kicked in. She had applied for various positions in different companies but no one bothered to provide any kind of feedback...
Having struggled with years of poor pay in her years of employment, Cyndrine decided to down her tools and engage in what she enjoys most - plaiting and crocheting. Cyndrine loves to make hair, and she has been doing it as long as she can remember. In January this...
Despite being competent and a certified Accountant Anne Nyambura, had never gotten formal employment. But that did not discourage her and when her mother offered her a job at their local café she did not turn it down. She ended up spending most...
I was also trained on how to be a successful IT professional. The skills earned have remained relevant and they have wooed other employers.
It has been an amazing journey, currently I am one of the highest rated virtual assistant on Upwork with a rating of 95%. This did not come easy, it took hours of bidding and developing professional relationships with my clients.
“The program was providing short courses going for 3 months which was very appealing, and that encouraged me to apply for it,” says Mary.
ACWICT commends the participants for staying disciplined throughout the training and giving it the seriousness it deserves.
ACWICT was featured on The Aid and International Development Forum (AIDF) 2017 edition guide on “Solutions That Save Lives and Support Development”. Our innovative solutions were featured under the training and education category alongside Safaricom Limited, Carolina for Kibera and other international non-governmental organizations.
This particular hackathon was very unique because all the solutions developed had to be aligned to the Sustainable Development Goals and had to present a social impact within Africa.
Michael shares idea on the Digital Literacy Training Programme launched in Kisumu County in 2016, that trained 1,400 young people who did not complete secondary education, but has a good primary school certificate